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Floating Black ^6 ox –Speckled Dog Pottery

September 16, 2012 2 comments

Floating black —

–  colorants by percents — 

Rutile 2 —

  Cobalt Carb. 1.5. — 

RIO. 4  —- 

Manganese Diox  3

Black Magic Glaze ^10 Gas Reduction –Mimi Champlin

Black Magic Glaze ^10 gas reduction
G-200 Feldspar      4019 grams
Whiting                     868 grams
Old Mine #4             504 grams
Silica                         1519 grams
tin oxide                    70 grams
RIO                            539 grams

This glaze is a high shine black which is extremely stable. It breaks with any motion
in the clay to a rich chocolate brown. One of those glazes which works every
time!

Sybil’s Black Stain –Donna Kat

June 29, 2012 1 comment
Sybil’s Black Stain
Black Copper Oxide 24.0 %
 Cobalt Oxide 2.0
Manganese Dioxide 49.0
Nickel Oxide . 5.0
Red Iron Oxide 20.0
 100.0 %

Clayart black cone 10 redux –Kathy McDonald

May 30, 2012 2 comments

 Clayart black original source is Mel Jacobson.

cone 10 reduction

 felspar 1700
whiting 300
china clay 200
silica 400
iron 200

Waxy white ^10 redux –Ruth Drewery

WAXY WHITE

Custer 41;

Gerstley 12;

Dolomite 7

Talc 15;

Kaolin 5;

Silica 20.

I think this is the class recipe.

I took 1/3 cup of the liquid glaze from the bucket and added 1 teaspoon praesodium yellow mason stain.

Steve Loucks Black Temmoku ^6 ox or red –Roxanne Hunnicutt

April 23, 2012 1 comment

SL BLACK TEMMOKU

Nepheline Syenite   – 40

Gerstley Borate  – 15

Whiting  – 10

Ball Clay  – 10

Silica  – 25

Iron Oxide 10

Barnard Clay  – 4

Cobalt Carbonate  – 1.5
Black Stain  – 2

Very stable glaze that does not run. Very good line glaze. Looks great over or under Old Opal Glaze. Gets slightly metallic in Reduction from the black stain. Regular  “Temmoku” without the cobalt and Black Stain added.

Wild Rose Temmoku Cone 6 oxidation –Diane Bessette

April 5, 2012 1 comment

Lithium Carb. 10.5,

bone ash 10.5,

Nepheline Syenite 61.5,

EPK 17.5,

Red Iron xide 10.5. 

This glaze is very stable and can be stored in your container for a long time.

 

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